TEMPLATES, CHECKLISTS, AND OBJECTIVES RESOURCES
This checklist highlights the components and features to consider when planning your daily lessons.
These templates integrate the elements necessary to provide explicit instruction.
Developed by Bow Valley College
This list, created by Preetom Bhattacharya, provides action verbs for every level of Bloom's Taxonomy that you can use to write your content and language objectives.
This Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel provides action verbs, suggested activities, and iPad App recommendations for each level of Bloom's Taxonomy.
This guide is a great resource to help you with writing language objectives for your lesson.
This resource created by Kate Kinsella provides educators with sentence frames and word banks that can be used when writing language objectives.
Consider using this when planning your language objectives to help focus on the WHAT, the HOW, and the WHY of your lesson.
This article basically summarizes the components to an effective lesson as listed above. When you are finished reading the article, be sure to click on the link for 5 more ways to support your students in the science classroom.
PREPARED LESSON PLANS
This is a 1-week unit in which learners will practice talking about frequent activities in both present tense (things they do every day or usually do) and present continuous (what they’re doing right now). This unit also provides review of days of the week and telling time.
The new Scaffolding Instruction for English Language Learners Resource Guides for ELA and Mathematics provide guidance to educators on how to take curriculum materials and provide additional scaffolds for ELL students according to their level of English language proficiency.
Learning By Design is a free web resource containing tools for curriculum design and examples of thematic units. It has been developed at the University of Calgary by Dr. Hetty Roessingh and her students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. It supports the language learning needs of English language learners (ELLs) of all ages and learning contexts.
Download communicative lesson plans and tools created by the UCLA Language Materials Project.
Subscription based lessons geared towards K-6 students.
Subscription based lessons geared towards Grades 7-12.